He is a cardiac surgeon with around 34 years of experience. He
Friday, 20th November 2020 @Time: 04:00 PM - 05:00 PM
The healthcare market in India has seen a rapid growth in the last few years and is expected to reach US $372 billion by 2022. Emerging technologies likes artificial intelligence (AI), the Internet of things (IOT), blockchain, operating robots and 3D printing are building a modern technology landscape in healthcare delivery. If successfully implemented, this can reduce wait times and improve productivity greatly by minimising human intervention in electronic medical records (EMRs)/enterprise resource planning (ERP)/hospital information systems (HISs). It can also be a very good tool for aiding doctors to getting the differential diagnosis, alternative treatment options and cross relations to medications that are being given.
Uberisation of the healthcare industry is required to radically change the way healthcare operates, and emerging technologies have the potential to positively impact the healthcare ecosystem. The healthcare industry needs to move beyond linear growth such as adding new hospitals and adding a fixed number of physicians every year, and instead look for ways to disrupt the current operating model.
Our esteemed panelist who represent both private hospitals and public healthcare systems will share some examples of disruptive technologies and their impact in the healthcare ecosystem.
He has done his MBBS and MD (ENT) from Bangalore Medical College
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